- Accept Everyone – Be intentional about inclusion
- Make Things Happen – Seek opportunities to lead and innovate
- Display Courage – Act with integrity
- Demonstrate Care – Look after yourself and one another
- Be Playful – Have fun at work
Job Responsibility #1: Supports the data collection process related to program progress and program outcomes (35% of Time):
- Coordinates and supports regular monitoring of program outcomes, including yearly outcome assessments.
- Utilizes RTP’s global monitoring system to track program outputs (e.g. trainings conducted, number of program participants, etc…).
- Coordinates the required preparations for MEL administrative activities.
- Coordinates access to, and retrieval of, secondary data (e.g. school records, community-level health statistics, etc.)
- Supports on the revision of measurement tools and plan with the lens of the local context and identifies and communicates risks, challenges, or sensitivities.
- Supports data checking to ensure accuracy in data collection and data entry (e.g. conduct ‘data audits’).
- Supports the analysis of quantitative and qualitative data (e.g. descriptive and inferential analyses, identifying themes and sub-themes, etc.)
Job Responsibility #3: Monitoring and evaluation plan for RTP country’s programs (15%):
- Supports in the review of indicators, measurement plans and MEL tools for relevance and appropriateness within country’s context and proposes revisions as required.
- Supports the development of MEL frameworks for new programs and the tracking of MEL frameworks for existing programs to ensure planning and implementation progresses as needed.
- Supports the planning for baseline, mid-term and final evaluations
Job Responsibility #4: Capacity building for MEL through trainings and systems development (10% of Time):
- Supports the Africa Region MEL Officer in training of data collection enumerators (e.g. program supervisors, Head Leaders, and partner staff on data collection tools and processes).
- Supports the Africa Office MEL Officer in the provision of workshops as needed on MEL for country staff, partners, stakeholders, etc.
Job Responsibility #5: Supporting and facilitating country planning processes (10% of Time):
- In collaboration with other staff in the Country Office and the Regional Office, supports in identifying program and decision-making implications of MEL findings.
- Develops summary materials and supports the delivery of presentations on MEL findings to staff, partners, beneficiaries, and/or other stakeholders.
- Participates in RTP’s global MEL initiatives (e.g. Global MEL CoP, Global MEL Working Groups, and Global MEL seminars, trainings, consultations, etc.)
- Shares MEL preferred practices, lessons learned and other insights with RTP MEL colleagues based on contextual experiences.
- Maintains regular communications with the Regional MEL Officer
Performs other duties as assigned (5% of Time)
جميع الحقوق محفوظة لموقع جوبس.
- Bachelor’s degree in social sciences, development, or related discipline.
- Experience in Monitoring and Evaluation (e.g. university courses, workshops, certificates)
- 1 year of practical experience working with social programs, preferably with children
- Practical experience supporting the implementation of monitoring and evaluation activities and plans (e.g. supporting the preparation for conducting qualitative and quantitative data collection and data entry).
- Experience managing data (e.g. coordinating data entry, ensuring data quality, managing data confidential storage, etc.)
- Proven written communication and presentation skills
- Strong analytical and conceptual skills to think and plan strategically and to identify trends
- Ability to work appropriately with a variety of populations and stakeholders, including children, youth, parents, teachers and school administrators, government, and other partners
- Conceptual knowledge of the purpose of monitoring and evaluation and how it fits into NGO program planning and implementation. Understanding of quantitative and qualitative data collection approaches and preferred practices.
- A strong working knowledge of issues related to development and humanitarian programming (sport for development, health, education, community development, refugee and internally displaced populations, gender equity, inclusion and advocacy).
- Basic computer skills (e.g. typing skills, MS Word, MS Excel, etc.…)
- Basic knowledge of SPSS/STATA, and NVIVO are an asset
- Experience supporting rudimentary analysis for quantitative data (e.g. ability to conduct descriptive analysis) and qualitative data (e.g. identifying key themes and sub-themes)
- Experience conducting data collection with children
- Experience in training and capacity-building (e.g. developing and delivering workshops, mentoring and supporting colleagues)
- Experience in designing data collection tools (both qualitative and quantitative)